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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 72   View pdf image (33K)
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Horn Henry, firm of Burke & Horn, 195 German.
Hornan Caspar, glazier, 13 Guilford alley.
Home Thomas, bricklayer, 26 Comet st.
Horner Abel, carpenter, 274 S. Charles st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 102 Lancaster st.
—— Richard, hackman, 23 S. Canal st.
Homey Edw., boot & shoe maker, 224 Broadway.
—— Thomas, ship carpenter, 186 Wolf st.
—— Samuel, ship carpenter, 242 Fleet st.
Horning John A., shoemaker, 59 Preston st.
Horry Bernard, conductor R. R., 195 N. Eutaw.
Horsey Outerbridge, att'y, office Law Buildings,
St. Paul st.
Horsley Mrs. Mary Ann, 38 S. High st.
Horst Martin, shoemaker, 24 Saratoga st.
Horstman Chas., carpenter & joiner, 200 Gougn.
Hortia Capt. Antonio, 10 N. Front st.
Horton John S., engraver, over S. E. c. Balto, sc
South sts., h. 71 N. Front st.

—— Henry P., engine hose maker, 38 N. Fred-
erick st., h. 76 Pitt st.
Horwitz O., att'y, 19 North st.
Horze Frederick, shoemaker, 6 Gould's court.
__ Frederick, shoemaker, 299 S. Charles st.
Hosmer Albert N., potter, 252 E. Pratt st.
Hoss John F., carpenter, 34 S. High st.
Hotmere Richard, butcher, Hoffman st., near
Penna. av.
—— Henry, butcher, Hoffman st., near Penn. av.
Houck Henry, carpenter, 35 Marion st.
—— Dr. Jacob, Jr., c. Liberty & Fayette st.
—— Jacob, prop, of Houck's Panacea, 15 S.
Liberty st.
—— John, laborer, 123 S. Cove st.
—— H. T., star ale rooms, rear of 17 S. Charles.
Hough S. & R., grocers & com. mers., 125 W.
Pratt st.
—— M. S., dry goods store, 203 W. Pratt st.
—— Charles A., clock & watch maker, 160 W.
Pratt st.
Houghton Mrs. Mary H., millinery store, 34 N.
Charles st.
Houll C,, laborer, 38 Block st.
Houlton Wm., mer. tailor, 154 W. Balto st., h.
146 Forrest st.
—— & Summers, dry goods mers., 27 W. Balto.
Houpt Mathias, tobacconist, 76 N. Eutaw st
—— John Caspar, cooper. 53 Dover st,
House Samuel Sc Son, lumber mers., Ill Light
st. wharf.
—— Samuel, of firm, 26 Camden st.
—— Wm. A., of firm, 27 Camden st.
—— Thomas J., lumber mer., 68 N. Paca st.
—— Samuel, Jr., lumber mer., c. Green &, Mul-
berry sts.
— Charles, clerk, 153 E. Monument st.
—— Jesse, carpenter, 23 Chew st.
Houston Mrs. Margaret, 4 President st.
Howard Mrs. John, 54 Franklin st.
—— Mrs. Susan, 14 Tyson st.
—— Matthew., sawyer," 183 S. Caroline st.
—— Benjamin, carter, 138 S. Eutaw st.
— Charles, pres. Balto. &, Susq. R. R. Co., h.
50 W. Monument st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, 161 S. Paca st.
—— Robert &, Co., grocers and .com. mers.. 69
O'Donnell's whf.
— Benjamin, carpenter and dry goods store
510 W. Balto, st.
—— Henry, pedler, 25 Gittings st.
— Eli D., firm of Wright & Howard, h. 187
E. Pratt st.

Howard Mrs. Ann, 80 Granby st.
—— Cornelius, ship joiner, 25 Gough st.
—— Thomas G., bricklayer, 65 German st.
—— Wm., boot maker, 178 Pitt st.
__ Mrs. Louisa M., 186 Aisquith st.
Howard Factory, George Appold & Son,propr's,
North near Madison st.
Howden Mrs. S., shopkeeper, 45 Burgundy al.
Howe Patrick, carpenter, 26 Harrison st.
—— M. H., merchant, 142 Pearl st.
—— Alexander L., dentist, 75 Orleans st.
Howell Wm. & Son, com. mers., 60 S. Gay st.
—— John B., of firm, 46 Franklin st.
—— & Brothers, paper hangers, 217 W. Balto.
—— George H., plasterer, 459 Mulberry st.
Howland Mrs. Rebecca M., fancy store, 1 W.
Balto, st.
—— Dr. John M., 123 Fayette st.
—— Russell, seaman, 74 Gough st.
Howser Jacob R., chair painter & japanner, 49
N. Exeter st.
—— Mrs. Barbara, 36 Pitt st.
—— Wm., grocer, N. W. c. Balto. &. High sts.
Hox Christian, paver, 73 N. Caroline st.
Hoy John, boot maker. 51 Buren st.
—— Dr. Francis, 284 N. Gay st.
Hoyt Aaron B., teacher, 40 Pleasant st.
Hubbard Charles, laborer, 32 Forrest st.
—— John, blacksmith, 152 N. Howard st., h.
146 N. Howard st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 243 N. Howard st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, 39 York st.
—— John, shoemaker, 213 S. Bond st.
—— Jeremiah, blacksmith, 119 Hollins st.
—— Mrs. Araminta, 107 Low st.
—— Capt. Wm., 112 S. Eden st.
—— John, shoemaker, 294 E. Monument st.
—— George W., carpenter, 161 Wolf st.
—— Samuel, carver, 211 Alice Anna st.
—— James, shoemaker, 158 Orleans st.
Hubbell E., brass founder, 8 N. Liberty st, h.
18 Pearl st.
Huber Henry, grocer, 680 W. Balto, st.
—— Henry E., printer, 58 N. Cove st.
Hucht Bernard, carpenter, 68 S. Howard st.
Hudgins Win. A., tailor, 86 Aisquith st.
Hudson David W., 38 S. Spring st.
—— Elizabeth, huckster, 72 Argyle alley.
—— Mrs. Mary, 215 N. Exeter st.
Huey James &,' Co., com. mers., 7 Bowly's whf.
Hufinagle Sebastian, shoemaker, 207 Happy all.
Huffsticller Thomas, japanner, 13 Nicholson st.
Hugg Mrs. Ann, corset maker, 5 Holliday st.
—— Richard, ladies' shoemaker, 95 N. Eutaw.
—— Capt. Jacob W., 38 Broadway.
Huggins Josiah G., cabinet maker, 77 Barre st.
Hughes Edward, cabinet maker, 50 Long st.
—— Vincent, fisherman, 1 Concord st.
—— Wm. H., engineer &c miller, 873 Light st.
—— Hugh, machinist, 418 W. Lombard st.
—— Jer., editor Niles Register, 302 Lexington.
—— Wm., watchman, 128 McHenry st.
—— Patrick, carter, 212 Potter st.
—— James, bricklayer, 75 N. Canal st.
—— Philip, grocer,' 135 Conway st.
—— Mrs. Ann, grocer, 120 Dugan's whf.
— Aquila, grocer, c. Eutaw and Saratoga sts.
—— Joseph C., 54 George st.
—— Felix, 14 Saratoga st.
—— John, cabinet maker, 172 S. Bond st.
—— Mrs. Ellen, shopkeeper, 306 Wolf st.
—— Capt. Scott, 151 Ann st.


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